Menopausal Economics

Menopausal Economics, The Economic Costs of the Menopause.

It follows a recent survey by the CIPD, which found that three in five (59 percent) menopausal women were negatively affected at work and that almost 900,000 women in the UK had left their jobs because of menopausal symptoms.

What does menopause cost the Economy?

What does menopause cost individual businesses?

What could employers do? – and why?

What do governments do? Is there a policy – a series of policies – specifically aimed at the problems of menopausal symptoms?

When we consider menopause we tend to think of the human cost but what of the costs of recruitment, advertising, productivity, and training? What of the costs of drugs to deal with the symptoms? What of the costs of the symptoms themselves?

How much do employers – especially MALE employers – know (or care) about menopause? What are the economic arguments for having a ‘menopause policy’? Some of the course is shot in darkness to symbolize the current state of knowledge/interest about menopause among males/employers/governments.

Participation from students – especially those at work -is encouraged. Collectively you know how different countries address the cost of menopause – the human and the financial cost…

Are employers aware of the costs to their business of menopause? What steps can/could they take (and how can government encourage this) to reduce these costs?

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